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Her last book of poetry was The Green Piano, which she then went on to win a Golda Award fo.
Her last book of poetry was The Green Piano, which she then went on to win a Golda Award for. Over the course of her life she would win two of these, and was awarded many grants and awards for her works, including a grant from the Puffin Foundation. Janine Pommy-Vega (1942-2010) this cyber tombeau by poet Pierre Joris includes the opening poem of her first book, Poems to Fernando (City Lights Books, 1968) and a homage-poem by Valery Oişteanu called "The Drum Circle for Janine Pommy Vega". BNF: cb17036793z (data).
She is changed by her journey through the world, and she changes the world through her words. And every single poem and book since her first book with City Lights, Songs to Fernando (1968) has been an absolute contribution to a long life lived of many lovely books, each written with the heart of someone (you?) on the poet's sleeve.
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Green Piano: New Poems. by Janine Pommy-Vega and Janine Pommy Vega.
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Vega, Janine Pommy (2005), "The Green Piano: New Poems", David R. Godine, Publisher.
In the 1970s, Vega began working as an educator in schools through various arts in education programs and in prisons through the Incisions/Arts organisation. She has served on the PEN Prison Writing Committee. Vega, Janine Pommy - (1942– ) Janine Pommy Vega continues to be a major figure in contemporary American poetry, as is evident in her remarkable recent collection, The Green Piano (Black Sparrow 2005). While jack kerouac’s road took him all across America, Vega’. Encyclopedia of Beat Literature.
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This first book by janine pommy vega contains poems that were written between 1963 and 1967
This first book by janine pommy vega contains poems that were written between 1963 and 1967. The book documents Vega’s marriage to Peruvian painter, Fernando Vega, who died suddenly of a heroin overdose in November 1965 on the island of Ibiza off the coast of Spain; her grief and solitude in Paris after his death; and the aftermath on her return to the United States
Vega, Janine Pommy (2005), The Green Piano: New Poems, David R. Godine, Publisher
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